Seven Wonders of Nature

Traveling to the Amazon Rainforest is not exactly something I am excited about. When I was a kid, I watched a movie called Arachnophobia where a giant spider from the Amazon Rainforest stowed away on someone’s pack and mated with a house spider in the USA. The result? Giant poisonous spiders that kills tons…
I was really unsure about traveling to Komodo Dragon Island because the distance is just so far away compared to the other Seven Wonders of Nature. Regardless, it was my last stop in the Asia region and wanted to get it done it. Little did I know I was about to go on an…
Visiting Jeju Island, South Korea is one of my most favourite part of my one year trip around the world. Declared one of the Seven Wonders of Nature in 2011, it definitely lives up to its name. The entire island both peaceful and beautiful. Also named the Hawaii of Korea, it boast beautiful beaches…
Halong Bay Vietnam is one of the Seven Wonders of Nature and should be a mind blowing experience…right? Not for me it wasn’t! When I arrived in Hanoi, my friend living there helped me arranged a tour with one of the local companies. Halong Bay is actually not located in Hanoi. But, it’s the…
I wasn’t sure what to expect before seeing the famous Puerto Princesa Underground River in person. Sure it has the label “One of the Seven Wonders of Nature” but does it really live up to the hype? Formally known as the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, this is the world’s second longest underground river. I was…
Going to Table Mountain in Cape Town South Africa has been a dream of mine for a long time. Long ago when Karen and myself just started dating, we were looking at a picture of a girl sitting on a rock on top of a mountain. We later found out she was sitting on…

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